2010 signee Martavis Bryant has finally qualified at Clemson. The Anderson, SC native committed to the Tigers back in 2008 while a sophomore in high school, but upon graduating in 2010 failed to meet NCAA eligibility standards academically.
Bryant spent 2010-2011 as a post-graduate at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia. The 6-foot-5, 205 lb. receiver helped lead his team to a 7-0 record while tallying 20 receptions for 510 yards and 8 TD.
Clemson fans and coaches have anxiously awaited word of Bryant’s eligibility, and the young man reportedly found out very early Thursday morning that he had scored high enough on the ACT to qualify for the Tigers. Clemson officials expect him to enroll for classes in July with the rest of the incoming freshmen. Bryant now joins Charone Peake and Sammy Watkins to form what some are calling the nation’s top incoming wide receiver class.